Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hm. I had exactly the same problem with an elderly HP. Can't remember what I did to fix it. Could be your Dell is elderly, and only has USB1 capability, not USB2. You can see all hardware and software on your computer with serial nos etc. with a free program called Belarc Advisor--that will tell you whether you have USB 2 capability. If that's the problem, you can purchase a USB 2 card and install it if you have a desktop. Anyway, Dell help is very good--give them a call, and they should sort it out for you.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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